Ambassadors of Montana and Wyoming
Girls grades 11 – 12 may also continue to participate in the troop Pathway but like Girl Scout Seniors they prefer travel, series, events and virtual Pathways. Girl Scout Ambassadors use unique resources to help them get where they want to go, as well as build lifelong friendships that they can always tap into for support, networking, and skill-building. Ambassadors as 12th graders are encouraged to bridge to young volunteers.
Sample activities for Ambassadors:
1. Share your leadership skills by training to be a counselor at camp.
2. Explore water issues and celebrate water art.
3. Learn the ins and outs of credit cards.
4. Travel the world on a Girl Scout destination.
5. Learn what it takes to be prepared for wilderness first aid.
6. Earn the Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouting!
It’s Your World – Change It! Your Voice, Your World: The Power of Advocacy
How often have you seen something that really needed to be changed and wondered, “Why isn’t someone doing something about that?” Guess what? You can be that someone! All it takes is your voice joining with other voices and pretty soon, you’ll see just how powerful advocacy can really be. So go ahead, start the winds of change with your own little flutter—be a Girl Scout Ambassador and an advocate.
It’s Your Planet – Love It! Justice Journey
We all know what it is. Why is it so hard to achieve? Maybe it needs a brand-new equation—your equation. On this journey, doing the math + some very sage ways = real hope for inspiring justice for all of Earth and her inhabitants.
It’s Your Story – Tell It! BLISS: Live it! Give It!
Journey – Join us to achieve Dream Maker status! Identify a women or girl who could benefit from your assistance in realizing a dream. Draft a mission statement with the dreamer and then draw up steps that move that dream forward.
LINK TO GOLD AWARD INFORMATION
LINK TO GIRL SCOUTS ACTIVITIES, STORIES, AND FUN
LINK TO GIRL SCOUTS UNIVERSITY
Independent Registered Members (not belonging to a troop) may participate in Pathways and earn badges; referred to as IRM’s or Juliettes, independent registered members may sell cookies and participate in other Girl Scout activities. Guidelines are available. This is just one Pathway (option) which is available to girls.